Top 15 books recommended for 2021

Here is a list of very useful books which will help you grow professionally as well as personally.

 1. The 4-hour work week The 4-Hour Workweek is the step-by-step blueprint to free yourself from the shackles of a corporate job, create a business to fund the lifestyle of your dreams, and live life like a millionaire, without actually having to be one

 2. Choose yourselfChoose Yourself is a call to give up traditional career paths and take your life into your own hands by building good habits, creating your own career, and making a decision to choose yourself

 3. The alchemistThe Alchemist follows the journey of an Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago. Believing a recurring dream to be prophetic, he asks a Gypsy fortune teller in the nearby town about its meaning. The woman interprets the dream as a prophecy telling the boy that he will discover a treasure at the Egyptian pyramids

 4. When to Jump: When To Jump is a 4-step guidebook to following your passion and chasing your dreams. Presented as a collection of case studies, it’s an inspiring and practical guide to changing your career and ultimately your life by deciding when to jump to something new.

 5. The power of Habit: The Power Of Habit helps you understand why habits are at the core of everything you do, how you can change them, and what impact that will have on your life, your business and society.

 6. The Moneyless Man: Encountering seasonal foods, solar panels, skill-swapping schemes, cuttlefish toothpaste, compost toilets and – the unthinkable – a cash-free Christmas, this book puts the fun into frugality and offers some great tips for economical (and environmentally friendly) living

 7. Principles: Principles holds the set of rules for work and life billionaire investor and CEO of the most successful fund in history, Ray Dalio, has acquired through his 40-year career in finance.

 8. Rich Dad, Poor Dad: Rich Dad Poor Dad is about Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father (poor dad) and the father of his best friend (rich dad)—and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing.

 9. The solo Girl’s Guide to Becoming a Digital NomadClaire shares personal stories and experiences of how she came to the decision to become nomadic, what steps she took, and what she learned along the way that you can apply to your own situation and put a fire in your belly.

 10. Working From Home: Making the New Normal Work for You; Working from Home explains in detail how to turn even the smallest of living spaces into the ideal remote work environment. It comprehensively explores how you can make yourself vital to any organization without ever setting foot in an office building

 11. Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman–Including 10 More Years of Business UnusualThe personal stories of the founder of Patagonia, Inc. describes his underprivileged childhood as an immigrant in southern California, early fame as a successful mountain climber, and company’s dedication to quality and environmental responsibility

 12. Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail: is the 2012 memoir by the American writer, author, and podcaster Cheryl Strayed. The memoir describes Strayed’s 1,100-mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail in 1995 as a journey of self-discovery.

 13. 5 AM Club, The: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life:Robin Sharma uses a fictitious story about a billionaire mentor teaching a struggling artist and an entrepreneur about the importance of waking up early to show how revolutionary it is for success.

 14. High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That WayJust six habits can make the difference between massive success and a dead-end job. High Performance Habits makes it clear that by building up positive habits you can make a huge change in your life. It is harder than you might think but making a daily effort to incorporate each of the six habits

 15. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less: Essentialism shows a new way of thinking about productivity and life. It’s a disciplined, systematic approach for determining where our highest point of contribution lies, then making execution of those things almost effortless

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